Triple Spin 3


Triple Spin 3 by Ernie B at Public Sounds. MPN: MFR054645311823#N. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The third in the VP series of triple-riddim compilations, producer Tony Kelly creates three new ones, while the DJs jostle in line for a chance to have a go on them. First up is the ''Warriors Riddim,'' as militant as its name, but with a moody, atmospheric hook that suggests Prussians rigidly taking to the dancefloor. Intriguingly though, it's soca duo Machel Montano and Xtatik who launch the riddim with their party piece ''Powder Puff.'' Prento Kidd pulls the riddim back to the yards with


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The third in the VP series of triple-riddim compilations, producer Tony Kelly creates three new ones, while the DJs jostle in line for a chance to have a go on them. First up is the "Warriors Riddim," as militant as its name, but with a moody, atmospheric hook that suggests Prussians rigidly taking to the dancefloor. Intriguingly though, it's soca duo Machel Montano and Xtatik who launch the riddim with their party piece "Powder Puff." Prento Kidd pulls the riddim back to the yards with their boastful "City Lock," while Degree takes it straight into the bedroom, and Chico takes on the player haters with "Dem Nuh Like You." In contrast to the fiery "Warriors," the "Doctor Riddim" appears to be ailing with its muddy sound and half-finished feel, a production flaw that feeds into the vocals as well. Poor Delly Ranks' energy is sapped away in the mix, and it takes the edge off of U.T. Dread's incendiary toast, although the blurry sound works well for Twice. Kelly fixed the problem by the time Tony Curtis took the mic, sending shivers down his "Sexual Attractions," and there's no holding back T.O.K., who dominate every riddim they ride. The "Kiki Riddim" falls between these two, with its stark rhythm and an evocative, Far Eastern-flavored organ line. The eponymous "Kiki" track includes a hook courtesy of the Back Street Boys, and even odder, brings together Xtatik, up-and-coming DJ star Lexxus, and old-schooler CL Smooth, although the version works in its own peculiar way. Also back to fire up the dancefloor is Machel Montano and T.O.K., the latter not quite equalling their early performance. Stronger is Frisco Kid, although Hawkeye's slacker "Which Fassy" will probably get more attention. Mega Banton takes the opportunity to taunt the competition, but such "Disrespect" doesn't impress Sean Paul, who will be putting everyone in his place soon enough. With only one notable riddim within, this is certainly below par for Kelly. Luckily the producer gathered enough strong artists to overcome the flaws. ~ Jo-Ann Greene, All Music Guide

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Additional Information

Brand:
Ernie B
Manufacturer:
Vp Records
Category:
Reggae
MPN:
MFR054645311823#N
Release Date:
2000-04-04
UPC:
054645311823
Part Number:
MFR054645311823#N
Artist:
Triple Spin
Publisher:
Vp Records
Audience Rating:
NR (Not Rated)
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.2 pounds
Item Size:
5.5 x 0.25 x 5 inches
Package Weight:
0.18 pounds
Package Size:
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches

 


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